About Us

“Sexology” is the study of sex or of the interaction of the sexes, especially among human beings. “Clinical” is relating to or based on work done with real patients. Therefore, the objective of this program is to educate and prepare healthcare providers with the knowledge and skills needed to incorporate Clinical Sexology into their practices. “Healthcare” encompasses the fields of psychotherapy, psychology, medicine, ministerial service, education, coaching, and other human service professions.

The program is comprised of four components: Clinical Sexology Education, a choice of one of three Specialty Concentrations, and a dissertation or doctoral project.

Clinical Sexology is the interdisciplinary study of human sexuality, integrating research findings of human sexual behavior with the diagnosis and treatment of sexual concerns and dysfunctions. The Clinical Sexology program is dedicated to preparing licensed psychotherapists, psychologists, and other health care providers to provide clinical sexology as an addendum to their already licensed clinical practice. The program does not prepare unlicensed students to meet initial licensing requirements in any field.

The physical location of the classroom is 9620 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 205, Miami Shores, FL 33138. 

 

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